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During the years 1955-1965 the Argentinian writer Leopoldo Marechal wrote several works that showed a deep concern for the contemporary technique and science. Marechal thought that science and technique of Modern Age are the product of one particular rationality, known as “calculating [...]

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Throughout this essay a balance on Jürgen Habermas’ theoretical itinerary is exposed. We review his deeper motivations and questions to see how they anticipated to his mature reflections. It is highlighted the prevailing trends in social science to limit the reflection about the [...]

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 In many cases, users of online applications and services consciously and willingly hand over personal data to obtain a better service or a price reduction. This action assumes –nominally – that they behaved rationally, estimating and comparing benefits and costs (the potential [...]

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In many cases, users of online applications and services consciously and willingly hand over personal data to obtain a better service or a price reduction. This action assumes –nominally – that they behaved rationally, estimating and comparing benefits and costs (the potential [...]